The Death of Distance: How the Communications Revolution Will Change Our Lives
Harvard Business School Press, 1997 - 303 Seiten
One of the World's Most Insightful Journalists writes eloquently and convincingly about the ways the communications revolution will tilt the balance between large and small, rich and poor, as it transforms many business and government decisions. This "death of distance" will be the single most important economic force shaping society over the next half century.
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